GO - Publish To Facebook
This article will show you how to publish on Facebook through the GO editor.
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Written by Bhadmus Olaide
Updated over a week ago

This shows how to share Personalized Video project from the GO editor to Facebook. 

Below are the steps:

  1. On the GO editor, click the Publish & Share button 

2. Choose Social Campaign
After clicking the Publish & Share button, you will be directed to the Publish and Share page. Choose Social Campaign to be able to share the project.

Note: On this page you also have the option to change the Project Title, Project Description and change the Thumbnail of your project. 

3. Selecting the social network
After clicking the Social Campaign button, a dialog box will appear asking which platform where you would like to share the project, for this article, choose Facebook. Then, follow the onscreen instructions. 

Note: Leave the settings as it unless you prefer the video to auto-play.

4. Facebook Social Campaign
On the Facebook Social Campaign window, you also have the option to change the Project Title, Project Description and change the Thumbnail of your project. Once you have edited the titles and description, click the Facebook share button.

5. Log-in to your Facebook account

The sharing wizard will prompt you to log-in to your Facebook account. You are to login with the Facebook account that is associated with the timeline, Page or group you would like to share the project to. 

Once you have successfully logged-in, the Facebook Social Campaign dialog box will appear again then click the Share button.

6. Sharing on Facebook
On the Facebook sharing wizard, there are several options to share your project: Share on Your Timeline, Share on a Friend's Timeline, Share in a Group, Share in an Event, Share on a Page You Manager and Share in a Private Message. Choose which sharing option you prefer, write something about your post and then click the Post to Facebook button.

This is how your video will appear once posted.

As people start liking, commenting on, and sharing your social posts, your content is exposed to new audiences—their friends and followers. Going viral takes this concept one step further. As people share your content with their networks, and their networks follow suit, your content spreads across the internet, getting thousands or even millions of shares.

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